Grace Veatch is currently a graduate student in the Department of Anthropology at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. Grace began as a volunteer in the Human Origins Program assisting Dr. Matt Tocheri in developing the Human Origins Program Database and the Primate 3D collection on the Human Origins Program website. She has a BA and MA in Anthropology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and George Washington University, respectively. Grace’s research centers on exploring the foraging behavior and diet breadth of Homo floresiensis, or commonly known as ‘The Hobbit’, using taphonomic and ethnoarchaeological methods.
Brooks, A.S., Yellen, J.E., Potts, R., Behrensmeyer, A.K., Deino, A.L., Leslie, D.E., Ambrose, S.H., Ferguson, J., d’Errico, F. Zipkin, A.M., Whittaker, S., Post, J., Veatch, E.G., Foecke, K., Clark, J.B., 2018. Long-distance stone transport and pigment use in the earliest Middle Stone Age, Science. http://science.sciencemag.org/cgi/doi/10.1126/science.aao2646
Potts, R., Behrensmeyer, A.K., Faith, J.T., Tryon, C.A., Brooks, A.S., Yellen, J.E., Deino, A.L., Kinyanjui, R., Clark, J.B., Haradon, C., Levin, N.E., Meijer, H.J.M., Veatch, E.G., Owen, R.B., Renaut, R.W., 2018. Environmental dynamics during the onset of the Middle Stone Age in eastern Africa, Science. http://science.sciencemag.org/cgi/doi/10.1126/science.aao2200
Helgen, K.M., and E.G. Veatch. 2015. Recently extinct Australian marsupials and monotremes. Pp. 17-31 in Handbook of Mammals of the World, Volume 5, Monotremes and Marsupials, D.E. Wilson and R.A. Mittermeier (editors), Lynx Editions, Barcelona